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EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities
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EPC Group - Comprehensive Overview of SharePoint 2010's Enterprise Search Capabilities - To assist with you roadmap planning and to help you and your organization with understanding what is possible with SharePoint 2010

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  • This diagram illustrates the differences between how the service models work in SharePoint 2007 and SharePoint 2010. As was described in previous slides, in SharePoint 2007 you essentially consumed all or nothing from a Shared Service Provider (SSP). That’s what is displayed in the diagram on the left.In the diagram on the right, we see multiple Service Applications. They are not bound together by an SSP, so they can be consumed independently of any Service Applications. In this example, HRWEB is consuming multiple Service Applications, but not all of them. ITWEB is only consuming a few Service Applications. There are a couple of Service Applications, USER PROFILES and WAC, that are being consumed by both web applications.
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    • 1. Enterprise Search in SharePoint 2010
    • 2. Agenda
      SharePoint Search Options
      SharePoint Search Engine
      FAST for SharePoint
      Social Search
      Content Acquisition
      Federation
    • 3. You Asked, We Listened!
      Scale – content and query scale becomes a non-issue
      User experience –guide users with rich, visual navigation
      Social and people search – search unlocks the value of the people and expertise
      Relevance –improving our matching and ranking capabilities and language support
      Platform –tools to customize, extend, or build new applications. 
      Management & reliability –reliable crawling, scriptable admin, improved monitoring.
      Rich Content Processing–extract metadata from my enterprise content
    • 4. A Family of Search Solutions
      Quick, easy, powerful search (for free!)
      Complete intranet search
      High-end search delivered through SharePoint
      Family Values
      • Common UI Framework
      • 5. Social search features and integration
      • 6. SharePoint platform integration
      • 7. End user and site administrator enablement
      • 8. Common Connector Framework (BDC)
      • 9. APIs and developer experience
      • 10. Admin & deployment capabilities
      • 11. Operations advantages (SCOM, scripting)
    • FAST Search Extends SharePoint Server
      Superset of capabilities; common base functionality and platform
      Best High-End Content Search based on FAST ESP
      FAST Search
      for SharePoint
      Common connectors and content APIs
      Common query and federation APIs
      End
      Users
      Content+
      Profiles
      Unique Social Search from SharePoint Server
      SharePoint Search
      Queries
      Common developer experience
      and IT Pro Foundation
      People
      Content
    • 12. SharePoint Search Engine
      What’s new in 2010?
    • 13. SharePoint 2010 Shared Service Applications
      SSP
      Search
      UserProfiles
      Excel Calc
      UserProfiles
      Search
      HRBusinessData
      Visio
      Excel Calc
      BusinessData
      OfficeWeb Apps
      3rd party Service
      IT Search
      http://itweb/
      http://hrweb/
      http://hrweb/
      http://itweb/
      Corp Farm
      Corp Farm
      SharePoint 2007 Model
      SharePoint 2010 Model
    • 14. SharePoint Search SA
      Each Search Service Application (SSA):
      Administration component , database
      Query Topology
      Query Components (1+)
      Property Databases (1+)
      Crawl Topology
      Crawl Components (1+)
      Crawl Databases (1+)
      Services (Query, Admin)
    • 15. Default Search Configuration
      Out of the Box:
      1 Admin component
      1 Crawl component
      1 Query component
      Databases on drive specified in post-setup configuration
      Fully functional:
      Crawl content
      Develop customizations
      Query
      Crawl
      Admin
      Property DB
      Crawl DB
      Admin DB
      (other SharePoint DBs)
    • 16. Component Scale-out
      Query
      Q2
      Q1
      Q2
      Q1
      Q6
      Q5
      Q4
      Q3
      Query:
      Segregate
      Partition for scale
      Passive mirrors provide failover
      Active mirrors increase throughput
      Crawl
      Additional crawl components
      Crawl Database
      Q2
      Q1
      Q1
      Q2
      Q5
      Q6
      Q3
      Q4
      Query
      Crawl
      Crawl
      Admin
      Crawl
      Crawl
      100 million items!
      Property DB
      Crawl DB
      Crawl DB
      Admin DB
      Crawl DB
      Admin DB
    • 17. Manageability – Monitor Crawl
      “Levels” of reports
      Current rate
      Crawl rate per type
      Crawl processing
      Filter by SSA, time
      Optimize crawl resources to achieve freshness goals.
    • 18. Manageability – Monitor Query
      “Levels” of reports
      Current rate
      Overall Query Latency
      Detailed Backend Query Latency
      Optimize query latency
      Enable verbosequery latency, trend
    • 19. FAST Search Engine
      High-end Search for SharePoint
    • 20. Go Beyond the Search Box
      Visual, Conversational Search
      Sorting on any property
      Scrolling PowerPoint
      Previews
      Visual Best Bets
      Thumbnails
      Refinement with counts
      on any property
      Similarity Search
    • 21. FAST for SharePointArchitecture
      Users
      SearchCenter
      ContentConnectors
      SharePointAPI’s
      Document
      Processing
      Indexing
      Search
      Query &Result
      Administration
      FAST Search Engine Shared with SharePoint Search Engine
    • 24. Content Pipeline
      Advanced Content Processing Out-of-the-Box
      Processing & refinement
      Configurable content processing pipeline
      Transform and process content automatically
      Strong linguistic coverage
      80+ languages detected
      45 languages with advanced linguistics features
      Property Extraction to create new metadata
      Prebuilt extractors: Person, Location, Company
      Generic extractors to extend
      Extensibility
      Location
      Company
      Company
      Company
      REDMOND, Wash., andOSLO, Norway — Jan. 8, 2008
      Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq “MSFT”) today announced that it will make an offer to acquire Fast Search & Transfer ASA (OSE: “FAST”), a leading provider of enterprise search solutions, through a cash tender offer for 19.00 Norwegian kroner (NOK) per share. This offer represents a 42 percent premium to the closing share price on Jan. 4, 2008 (the last trading day prior to this announcement), and values the fully diluted equity of FAST at 6.6 billion NOK (or approximately $1.2 billion U.S. ). FAST’s board of directors has unanimously recommended that its shareholders accept the offer.
      Mapper

      Configurable
      Stages
      EntityExtraction
      Language
      Detection
      Format
      Conversion
    • 25. Enable Conversational Search
      Deep Refiners with Exact Counts
      Search results can be refined based on:
      • Metadata from SharePoint (such as Author)
      • 26. Enriched meta data based on entity extraction (such as Company)
      Custom refiners can be made by:
      • Enabling new Managed Properties to be used as refiners
      • 27. Configuring the Refinement Web Part to display the new refiner
    • User Context Matters
      Renee Lo, Engineer
      What should I know about implementing ERP?
      Alan Brewer, Sales
      What should I know about selling ERP consulting?
    • 28. Large Scale Deployment
      Add columns to extend document capacity
      Add rows to extend query capacity or fault tolerance
      Column 0
      1
      2
      3
      Indexer/Search
      Indexer/Search
      Indexer/Search
      Indexer/Search
      Row 0
      Row 1
      Indexer/Search
      Indexer/Search
      Indexer/Search
      Indexer/Search
    • 29. Social Search
    • 30. Go Behind the Search Box
      Connect with People and Expertise
      Vanity search
      Recently authored content
      Phonetic and nickname matching
      Improved result layout and hit-highlighting
      Sort by relevance, name or social distance
      Refine by query type, and many other pivots
    • 31. Leveraging the Managed Metadata Service for better People Search
      Out of box:
      Responsibilities, Interest, Skills, Schools, are all taxonomy properties
      Automatic refinement on relevant pivots
      Extensibility
      Adding a new taxonomy property to the profile store
    • 32. Click through improves relevance
      The wisdom of the masses helps the masses
      Documents are boosted by ‘popularity’: if many users find a document useful, it must be useful.
    • 33. Search suggestions
      Helping users form better queries
      Pre-query suggestions
      Post-query suggestions
    • 34. Social tags
      Recall
      Results with social tags are returned.
      Ranking
      Results with social tags are boosted.
      Refinement
      Users can filter results on social tags.
      Results
      Top social tags are displayed as metadata on each result.
    • 35. Content Acquisition
      Feeding the Search Engines
    • 36. Making Content Searchable
      Use Query Federation
      Query across external indexes
      Based on OpenSearch standard(http://www.opensearch.org/)
      Use Indexing Connectors
      Crawl, enumerate and create local index of content
      Use out-of-box connectors or write custom connector
    • 37. Shared Out-of-box Indexing Connectors in SharePoint 2010
      SharePoint content (Protocol Handler - PH)
      File shares (PH)
      Web sites (PH)
      People profiles (PH)
      Lotus Notes™ (Connector Framework - CF)
      Exchange public folders (CF)
      External systems(CF)
      Documentum™ content (CF)
    • 38. Fast Search out-of-box Connectors
      Enterprise crawler
      Good for large scale crawling across multiple nodes
      Supports dynamic data including JavaScript
      JDBC™ connector
      Simple configuration using SQL commands
      Supports push based crawling
      Supports change detection through checksums
    • 39. SharePoint Connector
      Accesses data through SharePoint web service (using Windows credentials)
      Supports full crawl through enumeration of content and incremental crawl through change log
      Built-in support for security trimming (Windows and pluggable)
    • 40. Connector Framework
      Easy to build
      Write managed code instead of PH interface
      Built connectors shared across SharePoint Search and FAST search
      ‘No-code’ solution for Databases and Web Services
      Easy to manage
      Use existing user interfaces for crawl configuration
      Faster iteration on connectivity using SharePoint Designer (SPD)
      Shared advantages across SharePoint
      Can use other BCS features such as external lists
    • 41. Search page points to Profile Page or custom page to show search result
      Search results page – results based on metadata
      Connector Framework Architecture
      Search user queries
      Search Engine/Index
      BCSProfile Pages or External Lists
      Search BCS Runtime
      Execution call routing through BCS
      Connectors using BCS model file
      Fetch data from repository
      WCF
      Databases
      .NET BCSConnector
      Custom BCSConnector
      Protocol Handlers
    • 42. Enabling Connectivity
      Every indexing connector needs
      A BDC model file to express connection information and the structure of the backend
      A BDC Connector for code to execute when accessing the backend
      Out-of-box BDC Connectors
      Database
      WCF (Web Services)
      .NET (custom code)
    • 43. Federation
      Combining Search Results
    • 44. Eliminate Compromise
      Easily Connect to Corporate Assets that live Outside of SharePoint
      Files
      OpenSearch Federation
      Web
      Databases
      SharePoint
      Easy to Connect
      Easy to Build
      Exchange Server
      Enterprise Content Mgmt Systems
      Line of Business Apps
      Custom Apps
      Asset Mgmt systems
      Documentum
      Indexing Connectors
      Lotus Notes

    • 45. “Out of the Box” Federation
      People Search and Related Searches
      Bing and other OpenSearch providers
      Windows 7 and IE8 searching SharePoint 2010
      Rich RSS feeds and federation generator
    • 46. How OpenSearch federation works
      HTTP request
      Search Client
      Search Provider
      RSS/Atom Results
      HTTP request with query in the URL:
      http://www.site.com/srchrss.aspx?q={searchTerms}
      RSS / Atom results:
      RSS results with <title>, <link>, <description>
      Best sources also include: <pubdate>, <author>, <category>, <media:thumbnail>
      Optionally include custom metadata: <recordid>, <projectname>, <contactnumber>
    • 47. Deploying a federation connectorUse or create a searchable feed
      Search Client
      OpenSearchPage
      Search Provider
      Use an existing searchable feed or create your own.
      Anything searchable– takes a query as a URL parameter.
      Must return results in RSS or Atom formatted XML.
      Creating a searchable feed is simple. Just code a basic ASPX page.
    • 48. Make Search Pervasive!Deploy OpenSearch (OSDX files) Everywhere
      SharePoint 2010:
      Import the file.
      Add it to a Search Center.
      Windows 7:
      Pull: Add a link to the OSDX file on the search center or team site.
      Push: Deploy the OSDX file via Group Policy.
      IE8
      Link to Search Provider
      Discoverable Search Provider
    • 49. Extend and Create Search Web Parts
      The OOB Web Parts are no longer sealed!
    • 50. Microsoft Enterprise Search - Productivity
      Products for Every Search Need
    • 51. FAST Search for SharePoint and ESP
      A new choice; a different world
      Bringing high-end search to the mainstream market
    • 52. End User perspective
      Go Beyond the Search Box
    • 53. IT Pro perspective
      Eliminate Compromise
    • 54. Do More with Search
      Developer Perspective
    • 55. Search Technology Concepts
      Concepts
      Search Center - UI for users to issue queries and interact with results
      Federated Source
      Query Object Model
      Query Servers- Accept query requests from users and return results
      Index Files
      Query Servers
      Query Federation - Return results from non-SharePoint Indexes
      Indexing - Extract information from items to enable efficient matching
      Indexer
      Index Partition - Subset of the overall index
      Crawling - Traverse URL space to record items in search catalog
      Crawler
      Indexing Connectors - Know how to process different content sources
      Content Sources - Host the content we want to return in main results
      Content
      Content
      Content

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